With restaurants closed to dine-in service for the foreseeable future in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Connecticut residents have had to embrace delivery as their only option to enjoy a meal from a restaurant.
While many restaurants are allowing takeout orders to be placed for pickup, there are a handful of other ways to get your meal delivered to your door in Connecticut!
Grubhub is great because of its affiliation with many different restaurants, 50,000 restaurants in over 1,000 cities to be exact. Review, click, order and checkout in no time. The menus are uploaded directly to the app. Search by either cuisine type or location. Grubhub is a great way to get deliveries from restaurants outside of town.
Many areas of Connecticut are quite rural, so this is a great way to enjoy food deliveries from restaurants that would likely not be able to deliver to you without a third-party service due to their distance.
Uber Eats is still going strong, and CT residents are grateful for that! This is despite While Uber ride-shares and carpools have been shut down by the governor. Uber Eats was one of the first third-party food delivery systems to be launched in the state of CT, so residents know it is reliable. You can use your existing Uber account to log in and browse menus.
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DoorDash offers a great food delivery service. Get some wine delivered with your pizza too! This delivery service partners with many restaurants, but what sets them apart is their partnership with liquor stores and breweries.
A great cocktail, wine or beer is an essential part of visiting a favorite restaurant for many CT residents and having the option to order them with our meals from DoorDash is much appreciated! Plus their $5.99 flat rate delivery fee makes them among the most affordable delivery options in the state.